It’s Not Just Single-Family Demand Surging, COVID-Flight Drove Record Interest to These N.J. Communities
Most headlines about the COVID migration have focused on city-dwellers ditching apartments for single-family homes. However, there’s also been a surge in activity at lower-density, commuter-friendly communities.
A new development project could bring close to a hundred units near the Bergenline Avenue corridor.
Although most development in West New York over the past 10 years has taken place along the Hudson River, several new building proposals have been revealed recently for Hudson Avenue, just atop the Palisades.
Two state senators have introduced a bill that would cap the height of all new developments east of Palisade Avenue at 10 feet below the cliff line, which would have a dramatic impact on certain neighborhoods.
Nine on the Hudson in West New York gives Manhattan condo-living a run for its money.
The resort-like Nine on the Hudson in Port Imperial offers buyers a unique tax abatement program that keeps more cash in homeowners’ pockets for the next twenty years.
This West New York development sets the record for most expensive condo in New Jersey.
The expansion will double the number of bicycles the program has available throughout Hudson County, adding 36 new stations for users to pick up a ride.
Several cities along the Hudson River are pricey for renters, but a few (relative) bargains can be found throughout the Garden State.
An increasing number of developers are looking to build in West New York. Now, a new five-story building could rise in the town.